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"The Death of Mr. Lomas," by Francis Vivian

Classic Mysteries

Release Date: 01/19/2020

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The man who followed Maigret home had a deadly secret to share.

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"Nice show, Mr. Duluth. Too bad about the murders..."

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An impossible murder threatens the success of a daring WWII POW escape attempt.

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"Four Strange Women," by E.R. Punshon

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Young men were dying for no apparent cause. But each had told friends they were deeply in love with an unidentified someone. Was that love leading those men to their lonely and unexplained deaths?

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The passenger was alone on the upper deck of the bus when he was murdered - but how could anyone have killed the victim?

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The editor was poisoned - yet there was no way anyone could have poisoned him.

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Anonymous letters as a tool for improving our neighbors' morals?

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It's too easy to commit murder during a wartime blackout.

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Investigator Ludovic Travers was uneasy about that promised murder - but could he keep it from coming true?

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Three puzzling cases to be solved by the sedentary Nero Wolfe and his right-hand, wisecracking assistant, Archie Goodwin.

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Mr. Lomas told the police that he was being poisoned. The Chief Constable thought it was nonsense - until Mr. Lomas's body was discovered the next morning.